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Obama’s Immigration Executive Actions: Two Years Later

Lazaro Zamora / Blog December 9, 2016

While the controversial deferred action programs remain frozen in the courts, several other reforms have been rolled out or otherwise addressed.

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Immigration Reform: Campaign Politics, SCOTUS, and the Path Forward

Immigration / July 11, 2016 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. ET

While any reform in Congress has taken a back seat to election-year politics in 2016, some lawmakers have already hinted at pushing for reform after the election.

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Supreme Court Tie Blocks President’s Immigration Actions

Lazaro Zamora / Blog June 23, 2016

The case will now go back to the lower courts, which will have to decide on the merits of the case and legality of the executive actions.

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Supreme Court to Take Up Immigration Executive Action Case

Theresa Cardinal Brown / Blog January 20, 2016

Given the role that immigration has played on the campaign trail, the decision will certainly create a response from the candidates.

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CBO: President’s Immigration Proposal Would Reduce Deficit by $173 billion

Kenneth Megan / Blog August 28, 2015

The president’s immigration plan largely echoes the comprehensive immigration reform bill that passed the Senate in 2013 but was not taken up by the House.

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Key Immigration Provisions in House and Senate DHS Appropriations

Lazaro Zamora / Blog July 24, 2015

The approved budgets from the Republican-led House and Senate committees fall about $1 to $2 billion below President Obama’s request.

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Immigration Executive Action Court Case Primer

Theresa Cardinal Brown / Blog June 2, 2015

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans voted against temporarily lifting a hold on the president’s immigration executive actions from last fall.

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First 100 Days: Immigration and the 114th Congress

Lazaro Zamora / Blog April 15, 2015

While dozens of immigration-related bills have been introduced by members on both sides of the aisle, most of the work remains at the committee level.

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Immigration in the President’s 2016 Budget

Matt Graham / Blog February 9, 2015

The proposal would increase funding for the five major immigration agencies by about $3 billion, or 12 percent.

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House “Roll Back” of Executive Action on Immigration Goes Beyond Latest Obama Actions

Theresa Cardinal Brown / Blog January 30, 2015

The series of amendments to the Fiscal Year 2014 DHS appropriations bill were aimed at “rolling back” President Obama’s recent executive actions.

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